LibreOffice 5.3.0 is now officially available as the latest major update to this cross-platform, open-source office suite forked from OpenOffice.org.
LibreOffice 5.3 is expected to be released this week as the latest feature update to this cross-platform, open-source office suite. Here's a quick feature overview look for those interested in LibreOffice 5.3.
The latest LibreOffice news just days after announcing their MUFFIN user interface initiative is enabling the program's complex text layout mode by default.
The Document Foundation today announced MUFFIN, a new user-interface concept for LibreOffice.
Some LibreOffice commits today caught our attention as exciting for those using Wayland and also interested in GTK3/OpenGL.
This week the first public beta of LibreOffice 5.3 rolled out for testing ahead of the open-source office suite's big official update in early February.
LibreOffice in Git master (what will become LO 5.3 next year) has enabled its new layout engine by default for providing better rendering on all platforms.
The first alpha release of the upcoming LibreOffice 5.3 open-source office suite was tagged a short time ago in Git.
With the progress LibreOffice is making these days, many of you probably forgot OpenOffice was still even around. It is, but the Apache developers are currently debating the possibility of retiring it.
Besides the Free Software Foundation issuing their first-ever annual report this week, The Document Foundation has come out this week as well with their 2015 annual report.
The Document Foundation announced the release this morning of LibreOffice 5.2, the latest feature update to this open-source office suite.
One week from today will mark the release of LibreOffice 5.2 as the open-source office suite's latest major update.
Some rendering speed improvements have been worked on recently for the LibreOffice open-source office suite and are now present in LO Git.
The GNOME Foundation and KDE e.V. have joined the Advisory Board of The Document Foundation.
LibreOffice developers have begun maintaining a Flatpak bundle of the open-source office suite. Flatpak is the GNOME-led sandboxing effort formerly known as XDG-App.
While LibreOffice 5.2 isn't scheduled to be released until later this summer, here's an early look at some of the most interesting features coming to this multi-platform, open-source office suite.
The 3D/OpenGL support in LibreOffice just got a bit better with now supporting multi-threaded rendering.
A number of OpenGL-related improvements landed today within the LibreOffice open-source office suite code-base.
Upstream GCC developer Jan Hubička has written about his experience compiling LibreOffice with GCC6 -- while also making use of Link-Time Optimizations (LTO) -- and comparing various criteria against that of other GCC and LLVM/Clang compiler versions.
The folks at Collabora have released version 5.0 of Collabora Office, their downstream distribution of LibreOffice.
There's even more progress now to report on with LibreOffice's GTK3 tool-kit support.
LibreOffice has continued receiving more GTK3 improvements and this week was no different with this open-source office suite now having better support for GNOME's toolkit.
Last year LibreOffice made much progress in receiving GTK3 support that it also began running on Wayland. The battle though is not over and more GTK3 improvements are still forthcoming.
The Document Foundation today announced the release of LibreOffice 5.1 for Linux, Windows, and OS X.
LibreOffice 5.1 is scheduled to be released next week.
Collabora today announced the release of Collabora Online Development Edition (CODE) in cooperation with ownCloud.
LibreOffice 5.1 entered its final development stage now following the release of the 5.1 Alpha.
The Document Foundation has kicked off their first bug hunting season for LibreOffice 5.1, the next major release of the popular, open-source, cross-platform office suite.
LibreOffice developers have begun working on a new toolbar layout that at least for now is optional and should provide a better user experience with some desktops.
While there is already LibreOffice Online as a cloud-based version of the open-source office suite, there's a new, separate effort underway for getting LibreOffice in web browsers.
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